Let's put more Fun into Funding & Grow the Global Economy!
How can more women entrepreneurs get funded faster and seize the $5 Trillion Opportunity?
Get great practical tips and tactics to help you get funded faster and learn more about Funding. Learn how to demystify the funding game and put the fun into funding. Entrepreneur, TEDx speaker, Consultant and women's advocate, Anne Ravanona, has energetic conversations with global investors, funded women entrepreneurs and key ecosystem players, about how we can change the world of funding and unleash the world's biggest untapped resource to re-ignite the global economy - women entrepreneurs!
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Anne Ravanona speaks on Today FM Sunday Business Show with Conal O'Morain
Anne Ravanona speaks to Conal O'Morain about the challenges for women entrepreneurs to raise funding, in the run up to Global Invest Her's inaugural event with DCU Ryan Academy called "Demystifying the Dark Art of Funding" on the 26th November 2015, in Dublin.
How Women Entrepreneurs Can Get $300 Billion
Anne Ravanona is interviewed by Kelly Hoey for the Broad Mic podcast series, featuring women entrepreneurs, investors and thought leaders.
Three hundred billion dollars. That’s the global financing gap between male-owned and female-owned businesses. When Anne Ravanona heard this appalling statistic she sprang into action and founded Global Invest Her, an online platform dedicated to funding women entrepreneurs. This week we spoke with Anne about closing the confidence gap and perfecting the ask – so you can get funded faster and get back to building your business.
Funding for Startups Who Aren't Unicorns
Funding from debt, crowdfunding, equity and desperation financing for smaller and early-stage startups with Anne Ravanona, CEO & Founder of Global Invest Her, a global community and platform that helps women entrepreneurs get investment-ready. Speaker, writer and advocate, Anne is an expert in demystifying fundraising and she joins Vicky to answer two listeners' funding questions, and to discuss Vicky’s personal experiences of raising angel investment, grant and debt funding. This blog post on desperation financing expands on some of the other themes touched on in this episode: https://goo.gl/D1o5hE